auditorials

All Noun
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  • Auditorials represent a new medium for news organizations to express their opinions.
  • These remixes, however, cannot be considered true auditorials, as they were not created as an official piece of work by a credible newspaper or other journalistic outlet.
  • The concept of auditorials, some might argue, was made popular by spoofs on Howard Dean's infamous "I have a scream" speech during the 2004 United States Presidential campaign.
  • Numerous "remixes" of George W. Bush exist, including a highly-popular YouTube video compiling hundreds of Bush's speeches into a rendition of U2's "Sunday, Bloody Sunday." although no official journalistic auditorials have been produced by newspapers or journalists.